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Get Travis tests passing #352

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kbrock commented Sep 10, 2019

Lets get this test suite up and running again

Also, reduce the build matrix. it is currently taking many hours to build. This halves the test time

Slow for developers and uses lots of resources on travis.

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kbrock added 3 commits Sep 10, 2019
sure, we're running both for both all 3 runs
so not perfectly optimal, but greatly simplifies the implementation
@kbrock kbrock force-pushed the kbrock:travis branch from b83796a to 1ef466e Sep 10, 2019
no reason to run so many ruby versions
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kbrock commented Sep 10, 2019

sorry for the triple push. trying to reduce build times even further

@seuros seuros merged commit 68d6dff into ClosureTree:master Sep 13, 2019
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manxingxing added a commit to otof-yangyu/closure_tree that referenced this pull request Oct 12, 2019
* peg sqlite3 gems

* drop ruby 2.2 and 2.3

* tell travis to run mysql and postgres

sure, we're running both for both all 3 runs
so not perfectly optimal, but greatly simplifies the implementation

* reduce the build matrix

no reason to run so many ruby versions

* add tests for 6.0
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